In the largest gift ever to F&M for athletics, Laurence Shadek ’72 and the Shadek Family Foundation will give $5 million to the College to help build Shadek Stadium.
For members of the Catastrophic Relief Alliance, the personal stories of one tornado victim are just as powerful as the storm's winds.
In the year it celebrates its 100th anniversary, America’s oldest science foundation has helped Franklin & Marshall College make some history of its own.
Pennsylvania voters view the president's challengers more negatively than positively, according to the latest Franklin & Marshall College Poll.
With the help of a CAREER grant from the National Science Foundation, Kate Plass aims to create less-expensive solar cell technology.
The curtain rises on The Wedding Singer, the latest full-scale production from F&M Players.
Assistant Professor of Music Sylvia Alajaji and Maggie Gergen ’12 reflect on their research trip to Rwanda.
Representatives from F&M meet 10 students from Miami who will become F&M's first Science Posse.